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Resume and Stop Printing

mostfun Pro enables users to pause, resume and stop printing.

 

Pause:

In the printing process, press down the rotary switch, “Pause” will be shown on the screen. After selecting “Pause”, there will be a prompt “Yes” or “No”. If you want to pause the printing, choose “Yes”. The machine will pause the current printing and move to a corresponding position. Then it enters a pause state. To print a model with colorful layers, you could change the printing material with another color easily during the pause process, by selecting “RELOAD & TEST”   For details, please refer to http://mostfun.cn/uploaddownload-filement/.

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Resume:

After a pause, if you need to resume printing, press down the  rotary switch, “Resume” will be shown on the screen. Select “Yes” and the printer will resume the printing.

Notes: Before resuming printing, a nozzle will be moved over the scrap box automatically. The residual materials on the nozzle can be cleaned with a steel brush.

 

Stop:

In any printing process, you can stop printing whenever you need.

Notes: After selecting “Stop”, the printing process will not be resumed.

 

Breakpoint printing:

Pause and save the model A at a point during its printing process. Then you could spend your time finishing printing any other Model B. After Model B is done, you could resume to print Model A from the place it was stopped.

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Operating Procedures:

Step1: During the printing of Model A, click the rotary switch and select “Pause and save” on LCD menu. Remember the name of the Model A.

Step2: Remove the current plate and replace it with a new plate. Select any other model B to print.

Step3: In the LCD menu, select “Saved”. Choose the previously paused model and click “Print”.

Notes: To print from a breakpoint, additional plates are required. During breakpoint printing, please do not choose auto-leveling. If the relative height between plate and nozzle is changed, Model A may go wrong. 

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